|delivered to dockside but not loaded||free alongside ship|
|(Music) early type of modern jazz music that began in the 1940s (characterized by emphasized improvisation, quick melodies, and a wide range of chords), a spell of dancing, bebop, blow delivered, dance, go casually, hit, blow (Slang), strike a blow, hi...||bop|
|4 runs, major competition, winning of all major competitions, winning of all tricks, winning of the main sporting events in a season; home run with bases loaded (Baseball); winning of all the tricks in a hand (Bridge)||grand slam|
|ability to be paid off; ability to be regained through payment; ability to be converted into its cash value; ability to be delivered from sin or evil; ability to be fulfilled; ability to make amends||redeemability|
|able to be delivered, something which can be accomplished; something that can be delivered||deliverable|
|accurate, candid, candidly, cigarette without filter, consecutive, consistent, conventional, conventional person, delivered with unbent arm, directly; in an upright manner; frankly, openly; immediately, without delay; continuously, without stopping; ho...||straight|
|act of a person or thing that loads; something loaded, burden, addition of inductance, additional insurance premium, filler, weight carried||loading|
|apply a mark or signature which allows a letter or package to be delivered without charge; grant the right to apply such a mark; deliver without charge, expressing true opinion, frankfurter, honest, sincere, straightforward||frank|
|be born, be delivered, become available or common, begin, get to place, reach; succeed, work out solution||arrive|
|blame, blow with the foot, kicking of a ball, leg movement, make a thrashing movement, move with the foot, object, pleasure, power, raise the leg high, raising of the leg, recoil, recoil of a gun, score goal, strike or blow delivered by the foot; thrus...||kick|
|bolt with spring-loaded hinged wings||toggle bolt|
|box for soap, improvised platform or crate from which an informal speech is delivered; box in which soap is packed, platform for speaking, speak unofficially||soapbox|
|building for locomotives, cabin on a sailing ship, circular garage for repairing locomotives; jailhouse, prison (History), pinochle meld, punch delivered with a circular swing, round trip||roundhouse|
|can be paid off; can be regained through payment; can be converted into its cash value; can be delivered from evil or sin; can be fulfilled; able to be offset, convertible into cash||redeemable|
|chemical compound that when ignited produces a strong blast of energy, substance used to create an explosion, liable to explode, likely to generate violent anger, loaded with combustible material, liable to blow up, operated by exploding, plosive, some...||explosive|
|clever remark skillfully delivered||zinger|
|concluding section added at the end of a literary work; speech delivered to the audience after the end of a play (also epilog)||epilogue|
|concluding section added at the end of a literary work; speech delivered to the audience after the end of a play (also epilogue)||epilog|
|deceived, mislead; delivered into the hands of the enemy||betrayed|
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